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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 October 1886

•?V H* l/V ju* \XX vm & \&-*y K\ *i3« 2).'* isVff ImmMM it^ie-FaUs. Transcript. $?&•v^-r—•!•' --V-J "r •.1— W: pgbUrtMW. WtLB TALIS, -igV^V'1! MINNESOTA. iTrance is at the head of all nations /in its ownershipo!gold money. Thu United States is second, Great Britain is third, Germany is fourth, with Italy, Spain, Russia, Australia and Austria following next in order. September fire losses in the 'Unified States and Canada, according to the estimate of the Commercial Bui tetin, aggregate $6,500,000— slight de creewe from the average September lowfof previous years. Up to Oct. 1 tbe,aggregate fire waste in 1880 was $8^,000,000, against $71,500,OOOfor ihf sametperiod of 1885. r-%'7 'The United States commissioner -o! navigation is now receiving reports upon the shipbuilding interests of the •country, the facts of which are to be used in his annual report. He says these reports-do not show that the shipbuildings interest in the United States has began to revive or mani­ fests...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 October 1886

THK FIBS OF HOME. I hear them tell of far-of! climM, And treasures grand they hold— ©I minster walls, whore stained light frlh On canvas, rare and old. My hands fall down, my breath comes last- Bat ah, how can I roam? My task I know, to spin and sewf And light the fire of home. Sometimes I hear of noble deeds, Of words that move mankind Of willihg hands that to other lands Bring ligiit to the poor and blind Idare not preach, I cannot write, I fear to croa* the foam, Who, if I go, will spin and sew, And light the fire at home? My husband comes, aa the shadows fall, From the fields with my.girl and boy, His loving kiss brings with it bliss That hath no base alloy. From the new-plowed meadow, fresh and brown, I catch the scent of the loam: "Heart, do not fret, 'tis something yet ^o light the fire at home." —George Worater. THE COLONEL'S !Sew WIDOW. York Mercury. .Tap," says I, "we'll go up and call on the colonel's widow. She must be pretty well settled by this time." The colonel's wid...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 15 October 1886

11 h,(Ti^.-w/ SSta{5® -Ml-*.- fUtf.p th frtPWiBS r3 .* WPlil s»/ RRFFC" A^NtUckY -vir Finally fx* kf iv rMM MOUtiTAINteftfc. Hi Type *f AHMrlMUU Beftuu-kabl* Vair v. ThAr Lko|^l**od tl»btts., '. WKeb the railway"into" first op&xetl tftirough thW: legion a yoMtog man es­ tablished fruit store tit oo*of the fttalions, and part of his stock laid taa-fcahoh dfjbfcmmae* One day a na« 4i6oi)|fliftew entered. Arrange­ ments generally struck hirt* with sur ..{MtiM, but «Very thing «tee wsus soon forgoU^in jcrii adhesive contemplation of the mighty aggregation o| fruit. tyfc turned away with this note "Blame, me if them ain't the darnedast beans Iever seen!1' WbUe here we had occasion to ex­ tend our acquaintance with native types. Two youngj men came to the hotei, bringing a bajr of small, hard pegtchea to sell Slim, slab-sided* atonaaohless tod serene, mild and mel­ ancholy, they might have been lotus eaters, only the suggestion of poetry was wanting, and they had probably never tasted...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

^*Vi ..•••' h* $ «f 1 'nf: VOI. 11. W aa»u PBOFESSIONAL CARDS. B. H. FAUST AM, Attorney at Xaw. LITTLE FAL%8, MINN. €HAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LA W. OPFItTK IN MAKOTTK'8 BRICK BLOCK LITTLE KAI-S MINN E. B. PREBLF, Attorney at Law. •OmcB: First, door nort'« of Merchants Hotel. LITTL(E FAT.LR. MINN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for tho American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells n-al estate, nnd Imius money on flume. Also lifts a large aniomtvof clioicu 'land Utid town'lota for sale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. "JOHNWTWILLIST Attorney at Law. Litigation conducted in all State ami Federal •Courts. vCcvlloctionft made in all pnris of the 'Uuited States. Taxes Paid anci Real Estate managed for Non-Residents. OrFiCK: Nat. Qer. Am. Bank Building SAINT PAUL, M..NN Oflleia.1. LYMAN SIGN OR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MORRISON COUNTY, MINN. Will furnish Abstracts of Tide. Pay Taxes. Ba« Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT'COURT HOUSE, LITTLE FALLS, MINN- LEON mum. Clerk of the Dist...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

4": K. ii III -m •m. Little Falls Transcript. W. M. VDLLEB) Pnblithw. XITTLE FALLS, MINNESOTA. The hop crop in general ii much mhaller than •expected, being fifteen to twenty per cent, less than tart year. (Sen. J. W. Hasted -of New York, has locked up in a safe the name of the next president, and a wager will be de­ cided when the safe if opened March A, 1-889. The ruling /just made by the UTew YorkCourtof Appeals in the case of Jaehne, the alderman convicted for bribery, decides that the crime -of bribery in an alderman is punishable under the penal code of the state. The provision«of the code* relating to the offense is directed against the mis­ conduct of a person who executes any •of ithe functions «if a public office. John F. McLees, known as the "kill­ er," for the past twenty yeats, was hanged the other day at Montrose, Colorado. He camerto town armed with two revolvers, a-bowie knife and shot gun, aud after filling himself with booze, started out *to kill the mayor, city ma...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

I s. PfilL 8050 OF REST. IXOBBNCB TTVKK. 0 wear handiit that, all the day. Were set to labor hard and Iooa Now softly tall the shadows gray, The bells are rung for even song. An hour ago the golden son Sank slowly down into the west Poor weary Hands.yoar toil Is done: Tis time tor rest!—'tis time tor rest!" weary Feet! that many a mils Hare trudged along a stony way, At last ye reach thetrystingstile: No longer fear to go astray. The gentle bending, rustling trees Rock the young birds within the neat, Anil softly sings the quiet breeze: "'Tis time for rest!—'tis time for-rest!" 0 weary Eyesr from which the tears Fell man.v a time like thpndor rain— 0 weary Heart! that through the years Beat with sueh bitter, restless pain, To-night forget the gloomy strife, And know what Heaven shall send is best Lay down the tangled w?b of life 'Tis time for rest!—'tis time for rest! —Chambers's Magazine. The Tale of a China Plate. "It is a Chinese love story I am go­ ing to relate," said the paint...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

i^Lh^ fm JLTTHB MAURIN & if j&i* WILL BE FOUND THBL&RGEST STOCK OP Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, TINWARE & A^im A EE THE CELEBRATED ORR PANTALOON QVERA^ WABRA7TTED NEVER TO BIP. Produce in exchange for goods at the highest market price. Call and see us. MAURIN & MEDVED. REAL ESTATE AGENCY. LITTLE FALLS, MORRISON CO.. 7 Terms of Rothwell, Taylor & Marriott We have for sale 10,000 acres of land in Morrison county for S3 to $8 per acre. Payment to Suit H.F.SCHL1DEB —DEALER IN- Blacksmith Supplies, Sash, Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement and Plaster of Paris, Wood and Iron Pumps and the finest line of cook and heating Stoves North of Minneapolis. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. H. F. SCRLEUSENER. TUTTLE & CHURCHILL, DFALJSRS IN 1pfc N I E SPRING BEDS, MATTRESSES, PIL­ LOWS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CURTAINS, WALL PAPEB, PICTURES, CROQUET SETTS, BXBT CABRlAGES.EXPRESSWAGOW&t., fte. ALSO and ip&ic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

!, 1*HE TICKET. StetflUfrofDeeHs, „,..tYifAK"8J(riiOB •Clerk of Court EEON HOUDE jfudgo of ProbAte N. RICHARDSON Shell!?,...:. -...w.^...„,.NAKCIf?8E GRAVEL Attorney.— W*F 8TRBET Treasn .fiENfcY BENTFELD School Snperlntonflfent...:.......YJ DGE8 '•Coroner Dr.'G. T&i'K. FORTIEK Surveyor „..n. «. CLYDE .Auditor. DONAT TRETTLE Count jr Commission's: lit district ...A. 0. LAWRENCE 2n* fiintrfet ...„ JtTLE8 KIENO 3rd district ..JONATHAN TAYLOR 4th district „..N. P. THOMPSON 5th district A. P. McKAE Acceptance. Hnyfng Teccived the nomination fnr the office-of Auditor of "Morrison county on the People's ticket, thereby announce to the voters of Morrison county that I have accepted tV»«.san-,e. •Respectfully DONAT TH STTRL. To the "Voters of Morrison Co. Having'received the nomination for county surveyor, I wound reaped fully state that I have had o*,er 15 years' experience as practical surveyor, ami if elocted will attend to all calls for svivyeyiag promptly, and cheaper than has been'...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

jontf a. 0AZB. When I mean to marry?—Well, Tis idle to dispute with fate. But if YOU CIIOOM to hear me toll, I'rrty Haten while I fix the date: When daughters haste, with eager feet, A mother's daily toil to share. Can make the puddings which ther eat, And mend the atockiugs which thejr wear "When maidena, look upon a man As in bimnel( what they would matt -And not aa avmy-Boldiers scan A sutler or a oommieeary When gontlo ladies, who have Tho oifcr of a lover's hand, Consent to share his earthly lot, And-do not mean his lot of land When young mochanics are allowed To find and wed the farmers' girls "Who don't expect to be endoved With rubies, diamonds, and pearls "When wives, in short, shall freely give Their hearts and hands to aid their spouses, Ami live HS they were wont to live Within their aires' ouo-story lious* Then, madam—if I'm not too old-« Ileioiced to quit tliis lonely life, I'll brush my beaver, cease to scold. And look about mo for a wile! PROUD MRS. BRANDLETH. CHAPTE...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

'J FARM MANAGEMENT. A Very Valuable Grass that Is Neglected in Many Parts of the Country. How Every Parmer dan Haye a Supply of Good Light Wine and Vinegar. The Advantages of Having an Enumeration of the Pure Stock of the Country. Value of Ked-Top. Timothy is the fashionable grass in this country for making hay, especially that designed for horses. With few exceptions, owners of horses kept in towns will pay more for clear timothy hay than for that made from any one kind of ftrass or for a mixture of sev­ eral kinds. As timothy grass is easily cured, the hay is not likely to become musty in the stable or the stack. Farm­ ers who make a practice of selling lxay prefer to raise timothy because it com­ mands the highest price in the market. They also like it bocause it is easy to cut. Timothy is easy to introduce on almost any kind of soil providing it has been under good cultivation for sev­ eral years. In most parts of the coun­ try timothy seed will germinate and produce good plants...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 22 October 1886

•k —J JOSEPH CBELg. Slforyof^ro Amrlctn P«tHu«h to MamlofLsBffHttr. It Is something more than aTiun^iwd and sixty years since a remarkable man was born here. It is dnly a little more than twenty years sincejfca dieft. Joseph Crele w&a, perhaps, ith& of longevity of this Cfenturyi He was born of French parents in tie then ul­ timate frontier post ik Detroit in 1726. His early years were spent bere, and perhaps it -was the salubrious air he breathed thttt did something to prepare his cfOkstitutioii for withstanding twice ttifih&e score years and ten of the wear and tear of this busy life. When he had grown a young man he went out in the world and visited the principal hamlets of the French possessions in America. When the English and Co­ lonial army under the ill-starred Brad* dock poured ver the Alleghenies to take Fort Du Quosne, Crele was French soldier and lent a hand to deoimfetion of Braddock's army, was then older than the young Wash­ ington, hut he lived to see him...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

VOI. 11. •MBS PROFESSIONAL CA'RT)S. Leeat. E. H. FARTfll tM, Attorney at Law, LITTLE FALLS, MINN. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OYPICT11K MA'KATTE'H BRICK BIXXiK. LITTLE KALS, .... MINN E. B. PREBLE, Attorney at Law. 'Omas: First }60r nort of Merchantsttfttel. LITTLE FALLS. MtNN. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney am) Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency & Collection Co. Buys and sells real oitate, and loans money in Hame. A'«o has a'bsrxe amount of clrwice land and town lots'for sale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. iiiTwrw J7irT Attorney at Law. Litigation oonflnetel in ull^tate mvl Fe-lerai rvurK Collections mail'? in nil fxms of the Unite! States. Taxef Paid and Real Estate nittiiaRCfl for Non-ResldeuK Office: Nat. tier. Am. Bank Building: SAINT PAUL, M..NX rr/.r Offloial. LYMAN SIGNOH. REGISTER OP DEEDS, MOJUUSON COUNTY, MINN. In Tax**. Wilt furnish Abstracts of"i itlo. Flas JiiniMii for Sale. OFFICE AT COURT IIOTSK, LITTLE FALLS, MrNN. urn ntniiffl, Clerk of the Itistrict Cort...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

4 KVy- 4 Little Falls Transcript. W. JL FULLER, Publisher. LITTLE PALLS, MINNESOTA. The officers of the United States shipe Saratoga and Porthsmouth, N. H., paUl nearly $800in duties on^oods they brought over from Europe, al­ though they claim that fchay were not Colonel Lock hart, of the British ar­ my, reports from Central Asia to' th= English Government that the Ameri­ can manufacturers of guns are under­ selling the British manufacturers in that far-away region. Yet the British have the advantage in that theii goods are transported by water to the mouth of the Indus, while the Ameri­ can article has to be shipped by th long and expensive overland rout# through Russian Turkestan. 51. Katkoff, editor of the most im­ portant of the Russian newspaper#, is classed by the Pall Mall Gazette a* "one of the two rulers of Russia." Th« Czar is first, of course, butM, Katkoff, whoso name sounds funny only tc weak-minded Americans and the Brit­ ish, is the very brain of the Great Bear. The C...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

4 QBEAT EUlIgg BOKBKBY. 0*« *«, 8In*l*.Himlod, Beta Express IM ttugm tn a Trala la Miaaotvl, €*»tarlag $W,« 000—One of tit Moat SUUfal Exploits la th* Aanala of Crime. The Adams express car attached to pas­ senger train No. 8. on the St. Loaia & Francisco road, which left St. Loaia at 8:26 Monday night, the 26th task, was robbed o! over $50,000 in cash between St. Lonia and Pacific, Mo. Before the train left St. Louis a man giving tha name ofCummings presented to the express mea •anger, Mr. Foch$ringham,a cleverly forged letter bearing a perfect fac-aimile o! the sig­ nature of Barrett, the local agent of the express company at St. Louia. The letter stated that Mr. Barrett had decided to put an extra man on the route, that the bearer was he, and that Mr. Fotheringham was directed to teach him the details of the business. The stran­ ger was allowed to enter the car and took great interest in all of the movements of the messenger, apparently desiring to learn quickly the ins and o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

J*JT OF MAOTEUN & MEDVBD WILL BR FOUN THE LARGEST STOCK OP Dry -Goods, Groceries, "Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats Caps, TINWAEE&HA^BI' A TiiE CEU-tBRATED ©«& PABTAkO©& OVEirlAfL^ tYASIiAXTED NEVEE TO 3IP. Produce in exchange for goods at the ^highest market price. Call and see us. Ma LITTLE FALLS, Morj«sojr Uo., Oj/ict: on Fi.rxf Utrtat, First loor u" 'Vm. Jiutlcrs Stcr-e. •—DEALER IN- IBIacksmitla Supplies, Sash, Doors, Building Paper, Glass, Putty, Lime, Cutlery, Cement and Plaster of Paris, "Wood and Iron Pumps and .the finest line of cook and heating §toves North of fflinueapolis. PRICES LOWER THAN •••EVER. H. F. SCHLEUSENER. FALL TERM opens Sept. 8,1883. •fioventeeu instructors are employed. The Courses are Classical, Iiiterary, Scientific, English Academy aud Musical Besides Preparatory and Post.Graduate studies. Instruction given in DrawUig aad Painting. Special facilities for stady in .Pure M&the TORtics and .Astronomy. Extensive Chemical and Biologica...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

IK .4 I Th.t'latent re) urn* indicate the election •of the eritiac. Repub1Scan legif*tanve •ticket, but \v*th very »:r.a31 m^joi itics. exi'opt In the case of Leo. Fir *en«tr the contest is particularly clos-c, and •complete returns arenotxin. lu Crow AViug tounfy Btickraan ha* 151 major- Hy anil he has 135 majority in Mille Lac®. Morrison gives 0eis9el 269 majority. In thene three counties Mr. Buck'man has a majority of 7. From Benton the reports are con Aiding. Home authorities chit-m a majority of 23 for Ihickumi, and others a-'majority of. 22,for Geissel. In Tdd ihcrc are two towns yet unreported, ami the returns from the balance of the county give Bui km»n a majority of 60. Taking the unfavorable news from '-.Henrion aa true it would htfrv' Qeisscl with 15 majority outside of Todd, and Buckmnn with 45 m»j'»vity in the district, with two towns Todd Go. to hear from. Taking the favorable news irom Benton, il would 'eave Buckmnn with GO majority outride oi'"JY.-drl, and in the dis...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

a/':. mm A. SUMMER STUDY. Mrs. Glentworth's country house Was familiarly called the "castle," from its miniature to wers, turrets and battlements—the "Castle of Indo­ lence," Dolores Martinez, her lovely goddaughter, playfully designated it when she pleaded guilty to an undue amount of nappings in the hammock. And the castle was never so delightful to Mrs. Glentworth as when filled with young people, especially when she had as guests lovers or those who she trusted would become such. Mistress of a large fortune, a childless widow, with only Dolores, who was orphaned and left to her guardianship, to care for, the little pastime of matchmak­ ing was her ruling passion. She thought herself without a rival in it, and was fond of pointing out the couples who except for her would not have been so happy, and all the time destiny, who had moat to do with it, smiled grimly at the good lady's self conceit. Just now she had in mind to mate Hilary Glentworth, her deceased hus­ band's favorite n...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

a THE COTJPOJ? Well, yes, said the conductor of the tram as be took the cigar I offered him, I have. Of course a man that trATela tpuch has to. Can't heTp it But the worst case I had to deal with was about two years ago. Of boarse you've hftard of the case "of ^^!Hli|rVia%a^nst''«ike',rb»a?: No? Well, it grew otitaf the Meedville accident Never hesfrd of the Meedvile disaster? Well, I ii^eljure. I thought everybody had heard of that There were columns attd columns about it in the papers for days.' Jimmiuy, how the newspaper fellows tried to interview me! Course I knew better than to say anything, but it Was pretty hard to get rid of the reporters. Well, it was lake this: I was on No. 5,and we were behind time. Johnnie was a-whooping her through for all she was worth. Just this side of MeedvDle the air-break tub­ ing snapped, and on went the brakes quickern'n lightning. You see, that's one advantage of the air. If anything goes wrong it don't wait till you need 'em, but. it justs cla...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 5 November 1886

«g PLANTS. aay^iptes in my school challenge the teacher's Involuntary giggles at the of the imprisoned Jack! iood, of the genius Aoonitum, •Mis quaint, comical flowers, auggestive of an old ladj head in a nightcap. The well-known fly-trap, (Dioncea muscipula) strikes the mind with all the efTeofcajf»a Joke. The 1 cares of this plant arer ^ringed with stiff bristles, and fold together when certain hairs on their upper surface are touched, thus seizing insects that light on thenk Seeing the leaf stand temptingly open, a pqor fly pops in for shelter or food. ,mNos3 fyier has it touched its.lB9t)%an eouie Sensitive fibres the cilia at the top close* ^n tipon the intruder, imprisoning Un as effeotual ly as if a boy haditaken him and doaed him in a box* 'ffihe pitcher-plant, o*A inonkey-cwp tftthe East, although not particidarly ludicrous, has a^whimsi^al arracigemetst»which borders closelj^,.up­ on the ihtjman economy. To tfce foot­ stalk of each leaf of this plant, near the base, lis at...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 12 November 1886

VOI. II. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Loffal. E. H. FllMfll VJI. Lhv. Attorney at LITTLE FALLS, ---. MINK. CHAS. A. LINDBERGH. ATTORNEY At LAW. OFFICE K-M^ROfTTE'S BRICK BLOCK LITTLE FAT*. .... MINN U. R. PREBtiF* Atthfnej at Law. •OFFICE: First'door nortV of Merchant* Hotel. LITTLE FAILS. MINX. N. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Agent for the American Agency '& Collodion Co. Buys find sella real estate, mid loans money nn same. Also has a lar«e amount of choice land and toivn lots for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. JOHN W. WILLIS, Attorney at law. Litigation conducted in all State aii'l Federal Courts. Collections made in all tinrts of the United States. Taxes Paid and Real Estate managed for Non-Renltfents. OFKICB Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Building: 6AINT PAUL, M..NN Ofltoial. LYMAN SXGCTOR, REGISTER OF DEEDS, MOKHTSON COUNTY, "MTNN. Will furnish Abstracts of Title. Pay Taxes. Has Lands for Sale. OFFICE AT'COURT HOUSE, LITTLB FALLS, MINN. mil HftUDK, Clerk oif the District Cotrrt. Seve...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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